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Analyzer specific details

cosmin_gherghel
Dynatrace Pro
Dynatrace Pro

I have a client that is very concerned about security and wants to know what each decode is analyzing. Is there a white paper or document that details what each decode is looking at to make sure that no confidential information is showing?

 

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ulf_thorn222
Inactive

Hi Cosmin

As usual - it depends (smile)

As the purpose of a decode is (as the name say) to decode traffic, anything in the packets can be "seen".

On the other hand anything can be obscured or selected to not be decoded - for example Masking of Sensitive HTTP Information

If you search at the top of this page for "sensitive informaiton" and you will get more examples.

harshal_pujari
Dynatrace Pro
Dynatrace Pro

Yes Ulf is absolutely correct. Also, for analyzers such as Oracle, SQL, DB2, we can mask out sensitive query info in the query using the '?' character or just cut the queries before certain keywords.